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Some investigational studies spark controversy for overall ethicalreasons. One of the problems with debates is with animals. Animalsspark a lot of controversy of controversy because they are prone to be themajor subjects and studies and experiments during public health concerns. A lotof people ask if it is right to harm animals to try to improve the lives ofpeople. Animals cannot …

Distribution Assessments

One indication of corrosive water is a high concentration of:A. Algae odorsB. Carbon dioxideC. CarbonatesD. Total dissolved solids D. Total dissolved solids At the same barometric pressure the amount of dissolved oxygen in cold water tends to be ______ the amount of dissolved oxygen in warm water. A. Less thanB. More thanC. More or less than (depending on the biological …

The AIDS Epidemic in Africa

The AIDS epidemic is rampant in sub-Saharan Africa due to lack of education about the disease in the poor, underdeveloped region. “Sub-Saharan Africa is home to 70% of the people who became infected with HIV this year. ”(WHO). Most people in sub-Saharan Africa worry more about their next meal than they do about safe-sex. Poor, uneducated women, adolescents, children, and …

Medical Billing and Coding

The World Health Organization (WHO) was established in April, 1948 with the aim of coordinating issues that relate to international health. The World Health Organization was established to make sure that all people in the world have/enjoy the maximum level of health that is attainable. As a subset of the UN, WHO is saddled with the responsibility of monitoring and …

Stakeholder care decisions primarily based what works well

Stakeholder Groups Reason Patients including immigrants and refugees Patients are key stakeholders with the most to lose or gain. They both pay for our health care system and they are also the end-user of it. Heartland Health Centers organizes numerous programs for immigrants and refugees. They provide interpretation services for 35 languages. Patients possess immense knowledge because of their experiences. …

The where the virus is found and has

The international media outlets do campaigns to inform the public on new viral diseases that are a threat to human health. They have informed the public in recent years about Bird Flu,  Swine Flu, Ebola Virus, and Measles. Just recently has the Zika virus become more prevalent even though in the past 70 years it has been considered a low, …

Revolutionary Science Advancements in Bioengineering

Revolutionary science advancements have made bioengineering a new link to life for the less fortunate. Thousands of families and children go hungry or die everyday. These numbers are astonishing, but yet not even global wide support can care for all of these families in their lifetime. Scientist have been practicing and developing new ways to cope with this population explosion …

A Health Educator addressing Breast Cancer

A Health educator is someone who educates the public about certain diseases or medical situations and his/her main aim is to make people aware of the causes of the health problems, how they happens, methods of preventing them and how one can dealt with it if diagnosed and if preventable- how it can be avoided. In this case, I will …

South Carolina’s Cruel Intentions

Prematurity, Low Birth Rate, Infections, Small Head Size, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, Birth Defects, and Stunted Growth. These are merely a few of the health risks associated with drug abuse for a baby. When a pregnant woman uses drugs, she and her unborn child face serious health problems. During pregnancy, the drugs used by the mother can enter the baby’s …

Bio-Terrorism & countries

The threat posed by use of biological weapons is real growing and extremely dangerous. This threat has been evolving with the emergence of new technology and given the potential of biological weapons, there is no margin for error and no chance to learn from previous mistakes. There is the believe that many countries are pursuing the development of biological weapons …